The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman (2017)

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Revealing mistake: Barnum gets down off the elephant and pats its leg, missing it, and his hand passes through its leg as he brings his arm down to his side. (01:37:00)

davegriff

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Suggested correction: He doesn't miss the leg, and when his arm goes down it goes down behind the elephant's leg.

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Factual error: Jenny Lind is portrayed here as an accomplished concert performer. But she was actually a European opera star, who later traveled to America and toured with PT.

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Suggested correction: Apparently she was both. According to Encyclopedia.Com; Jenny Lind retired as an opera singer in 1849, and toured the United States as a concert singer, from 1850 to 1852.

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Continuity mistake: When Barnum goes to see Charity by the beach at the end of the film, they embrace. As the camera shows a close up of their faces Charity's head is on Barnum's right shoulder, but when they reverse the shot to show her expression she is now on his left shoulder. (01:30:10)

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P.T. Barnum: The noblest art is that of making others happy.

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Trivia: In the opening credits there's a hidden image of Wolverine's arms with his claws out. To add a meta level to it, there's an image of an actual Easter egg in place of Wolverine's head.

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Answer: It doesn't tell.

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